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... to stop for the night. We asked around and there seemed to be a few rooms for rent available, so we decided to explore a bit more, with the intention of most likely returning there for the night. Heading further east again, we stopped and had a beer and enjoyed the view at an even tinier village called Tourloti, had lunch in Sitia (where we had also considered spending the night but quickly decided against that when seeing its size and industrial harbour), and visited Moni Toplou, one ...
... on Crete making it one of the largest producers of olive oil in the world. It is a fertile island and can sustain most crops.
We went first to Akrotiri to the tomb of Crete's national hero Eleftherios Venizelos. This site was where the Cretan rebels raise the Greek flag in 1897 in defiance of the Great Powers (England, France, Germany & ...
... this fell into ruins and was removed, leaving the defensive
structures and major historical buildings. These buildings are in various stages
of restoration. The hill has a fine view over the town and harbour. After
exploring the area, we went down the far side of the hill to a taverna with a
fine view over ...
... Vouves to see the oldest olive tree in the world.
It belongs to the variety tsounati and use of tree
ring analysis has proven the tree to be at least 2000 years old. On the
other end of the scale, scientists from the University of Crete have estimated it to be
... the centre it was nearly full. We waited there for quire a while, you need to have a lot of patience in Crete, and then drove along more windy steep roads to the entrance to the park, stopping nearby for people to have something to eat and drink. A cup of coffee was very welcome. On the way the guide Thomas told us a bit about the park, and about how long we should expect to take for various sections of the walk. He also stressed that once you set out, you pretty much had to ...